Friday, November 22, 2013
Welcome! I have been lurking through the Poetry Friday blogs and postings for a few months now and meaning to write and link up myself. Since my 6-8th grade class is doing a unit on poetry, I've been doing a little writing and wrote this yesterday in class as we played with free verse. Cheers!
The first real snow of winter invigorates me to action
Even though the covers are extra heavy
And the dark room is uninviting.
No snooze alarm today!
And then my daughter appears
Rubbing sleep from her eyes,
To help me choose a tie.
Tigger, Eeyore and Winnie the Pooh animate my blue shirt.
We part the red curtains and gaze into the white world below.
She is excited by the snow she sees
And the snow she remembers licking
"You get me some snow Dada,"
She commands as she climbs into my bed.
Snow sparkling in my hair,
I return with a bowl filled with the bright, crisp smell of winter.
Her mouth greedily consumes
Cold flakes as she snuggles
Next to the orange warmth of my
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Monday, July 29, 2013
Last year, my grandparents moved across the country to a retirement community about ten minutes away from my house. It is wonderful to share more time with them, even as they slow down at ninety-one and ninety-two respectively. Monday, I interviewed them about how they met and this poem was inspired by our conversation.